Articles by Dr. Michael Green

The importance of context

January 31, 2018 | Dr. Michael Green

When we do modeling it’s of utmost importance that we pay attention to context. Without context there is little that can be inferred. Let’s create a correlated dummy dataset that will allow me to highlight my point. In this case we’ll just sample our data from a ... [Read more...]

About identifiability and granularity

May 5, 2017 | Dr. Michael Green

Motivation for this post In time series modeling you typically run into issues concerning complexity versus utility. What I mean by that is that there may be questions you need the answer to but are afraid of the model complexity that comes along with it. This fear of complexity is ... [Read more...]

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